Windows XP Professional Vs. Windows XP Home
The two main versions of Windows XP are Home and Professional. Everything Home can do, Professional can do as well. Home is basically Professional with fewer features. Professional gives access to features that wouldn't interest most home users, which is...
The first two editions released by Microsoft are Windows XP Home Edition,
designed for home users, and Windows XP Professional, designed for business
With the inclusion of a new consumer-oriented version of Windows XP, there has
been some confusion surrounding the differences between this product, ...
Kilo Bits Per Second (KBps vs. kbps); spike on Kilo Bytes Per Second vs. ...
Windows XP Professional is equipped to recognize and use the resources of two
CPUs if ... Windows XP Home can use the resources of only one CPU even if the
That's a fancy way of saying that if you have Windows
or Ultimate, nothing else is required to use XP
Mode; no special processor, as was needed previously. The good news is that if you have a copy of Windows XP
laying around (I'm speaking of the actual d... More »
Nov 3, 2005 ... Windows XP Home Edition is designed specifically for home users. ... Although
Windows XP Professional is targeted to businesses, home ...
How to Choose Windows XP Home vs Professional Edition. Why would you want
to upgrade from Windows XP Home Edition to the Windows XP Professional ...
Jun 3, 2002 ... Windows XP is based on Windows NT4 and Windows 2000 technology. Microsoft
is positioning the Windows XP Professional Edition to ...
Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.general (More info?) What is
the difference between the programs? More programs, m.
In reply to: Windows XP Media Center vs. XP Pro. Since XP Pro and Home are at
the core the same, it's much like asking to compare the tootsie roll core of the ...